The Tin Canny LearnDash Reporting plugin will enable you to upload and embed any content packaged in a .zip format that contains an .html file. However, it only supports tracking of Tin Can (xAPI) and SCORM statements from e-learning modules authored with Storyline 2/3/360, Articulate Rise, Adobe Captivate 9/2017/2019, iSpring 8/9, and H5P. See the following support matrix for details.
|Tin Can / xAPI||SCORM 1.2||SCORM 2004|
|Articulate Storyline 2||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Articulate Storyline 360||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Articulate Storyline 3||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Articulate Presenter 360||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Adobe Captivate 9||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Adobe Captivate 2017||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Adobe Captivate 2019||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Lectora Inspire 18||Yes||Yes||No|
Note if you try to upload a zip file created by a tool not listed above, you’ll see a warning that xAPI/SCORM statements sent by the module will not be recorded and you’ll be prompted to select the .html file in the zip that will launch the content.
1 Articulate Rise modules will only send a Completed or Passed/Failed verb if they are displayed via Lightbox or a new window and upon closing the lightbox/window. When adding Rise modules, you should avoid using iFrame as the display method (at least if SCORM is being used; xAPI modules from recent Rise versions may work). Alternatively, you can override Completion Condition on the lesson or topic edit page by specifying other verbs such as “attempted” or “experienced” to trigger the Mark Complete button.
2 iSpring 8 modules will unfortunately fail in Chrome with versions 80 and higher. iSpring cannot patch older modules and is therefore requiring the course authors republish them with iSpring 9 for proper tracking with Chrome 80 and higher.
3 iSpring modules whose completion is based on viewing of slides will only send a Passed verb if the module is displayed via Lightbox or a new window and upon closing the lightbox/window. When adding iSpring modules, you should avoid using iFrame as the display method. Alternatively, you can override Completion Condition on the lesson or topic edit page by specifying other verbs such as “attempted” or “experienced” to trigger the Mark Complete button.